Our Partnerships


Pacific Islands Private Sector Organisation (PIPSO)

The Pacific Plan adopted by the Forum Heads of Governments in October, 2005 recognised that regional stability and security will be achieved through economic growth, improved governance and social equity. The importance of the private sector to the sustainable development and growth in the Forum Island Countries (FICs) is recognized by Governments. This view is reinforced by the outcomes of recent meetings of Forum Leaders in August 2010 in Port Vila, Vanuatu and the Forum Economic Ministers at Alofi, Niue in October 2010. Since the establishment of PIPSO in 2007, and with the development and its implementation of its five year business plan, PIPSO has made significant progress in undertaking work and programmes in the private sector of the 14 pacific Islands countries. PIPSO is committed to excellence and best practices in the conduct of all its affairs. PIPSO recognizes that sustainable development in the region will only come about through functioning and effective partnerships involving Governments, civil society, regional organizations and development partners.

Vision: A region of opportunities for all people to grow and prosper.

Mission: To be a pivotal partner in harnessing resources to bring about real growth and prosperity for the region.

The Vanuatu Chamber of Commerce & Industry is a member of PIPSO.

For more information: http://www.pipso.org

 

Pacific Islands Trade & Invest

Pacific Islands Trade & Invest is the region’s lead export facilitation, investment and tourism promotion agency.

An arm of the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat based in Fiji, we are the only Pacific Islands agency tasked by leaders to develop, grow and promote industry and business in all 14 Pacific Island Countries in export, investment, tourism and creative arts promotion across international markets.

For more information: http://www.pacifictradeinvest.com

 

International Labour Organization (ILO)

The ILO is a specialised agency of the United Nations that promotes decent work for all through sustainable enterprise and job-rich growth. The main aims of the ILO are to promote rights at work, encourage decent employment opportunities, enhance social protection and strengthen dialogue on work-related issues.

The unique tripartite structure of the ILO gives an equal voice to workers, employers and governments to ensure that the views of the social partners are closely reflected in labour standards and in shaping policies and programmes.

For more information: http://www.ilo.org/global/lang–en/index.htm

 

Chamber of Commerce of New Caledonia

Through three main missions that it pursues throughout the territory, the CCI supports the performance of enterprises and the economic development of New Caledonia:

  • Assisting businesses
  • Training for employment
  • Contributing to the economic development of the country

For more information: http://www.cci.nc